Monthly Archives: March 2016

One man’s rubbish…

is another man’s gold. Or so the saying goes. Recently I was offered to go through somebody’s firelog pile, and I picked up a whole lot of leylandii, in varying stages of drying, and in all sorts of different shapes. … Continue reading

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Blast from the past

2 weeks ago an old friend of mine visited for a few days. How fast time goes! When I arrived in Johannesburg (SA) in early January 1996, Viv Crone was supposed to be my boss. Except he wasn’t there, because he … Continue reading

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Recent work

In preparation for my planned activities this summer (a number of events, see calendar for details) I have started making stock. Loads of bowls and platters, a few vases, and plenty of candle sticks. If you’re interested, pop over to … Continue reading

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Skewed Carrots

No, this is not a typo. It’s not skewered carrots, either. As the esteemed reader of this blog will know, we (Helen and I) will attend a number of events this year, with the idea of tempting the general public … Continue reading

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On your marks!

I think I have already written about thinking of going to some events this year, not as a visitor, but as a seller. It first started out with our last visit to the Badminton Horse Trials. This has now become much … Continue reading

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